The Three Lions have the advantage of being able to progress as winners with a draw, but a third World Cup win could prove a fantastic result for punters backing the latest Coral offer.
Not only does this bet offer the opportunity to cheer on Gareth Southgate's side at a huge price but the latest market moves make it even more attractive.
Belgium have drifted to outsiders at the time of writing, having previously been priced as marginal favourites by the bookies.
That's due to the perceived benefit of finishing second in the pool, something that Roberto Martinez seems to be subscribing to with plenty of rotation expected from the Red Devils.
Romelu Lukaku and Eden Hazard both picked up knocks in the win over Tunisia and it would be no surprise to see a complete second string emerge on Thursday evening. While there is plenty of talent in reserve, that clearly makes a first choice England side a much more attractive betting proposition.
Southgate is very much of the opposite opinion, stating the importance of maintaining the momentum that his side have built up over the course of their first two matches. With that in mind, England are now a general 13/8 (2.63) chance but that price could move even further if it’s obvious that their opposition are going to be seriously weaker than would normally be expected.
Given that Belgium may actively be looking to finish second, the 66/1 (67.0) about a side that have not only racked up nine goals so far in Russia, but could also be the only team actively trying to win the match, looks a solid option for those who can take advantage.